Marathon Woman: Running the Race to Revolutionize Women's Sports
Katherine Switzer ran the Boston Marathon in 1967 where she was attacked by one of the eventís directors who wanted to eject her from the all-male race. She fought off the director and finished the race.
From the childhood events that inspired her to winning the New York City Marathon in 1974, this liberally illustrated book details the struggles and achievements of a pioneering women in sports.
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Review: Marathon Woman: Running the Race to Revolutionize Women's SportsUser Review - Michelle Borg - Goodreads
I read this book when I was training for my first marathon, at the age of 57. I expected motivation, tips and coaching; what I got was inspiration and a fascinating look at the history of women in ... Read full review
Review: Marathon Woman: Running the Race to Revolutionize Women's SportsUser Review - Kara - Goodreads
A long but fast moving memoir about persistence and empowerment. I loved reading about Switzer's thinking on the importance/liberty of running fir women in the 1960s and 70s, and the strides she took as a runner and organizer to make it accessible to other women. Read full review
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